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Supreme Court Hears Abercrombie & Fitch Case, Naomi Campbell Recalls Her Fashion Firsts

And 'House of Cards' has a new costume designer.

Moda Operandi launched a video series on Thursday called "Fashion Firsts," featuring style icons like Naomi Campbell, Zac Posen and Diane Von Furstenberg discussing the experiences that most impacted their careers when starting out in the industry. {Moda Operandi}

The Supreme Court heard arguments on Wednesday for a lawsuit the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed against Abercrombie & Fitch in 2009 after a young Muslim woman was denied a job at the retailer for wearing a headscarf. The court is expected to make a decision by summer. {WWD}

Lord have mercy. The Kardashians have secured the highest deal in reality TV history, after E! offered $100 million to the family for at least four more seasons of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" and its spinoffs. {PageSix}

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Netflix series "House of Cards" returns for its third season on Friday with some costuming changes. Robin Wright's real life stylist has come on board to outfit her character, who is now settling into her role as First Lady. Prepare for some Lauren Bacall/Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy-inspired looks. {WWD}

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